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Subject: Can I use my old 6400/180 7.5 for viewing digital photos?


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Cindetta (Clueless)
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Date Posted: 07:49:13 01/23/15 Fri

Hi, I'm an artist and want to use my old Performa kind of like a display reference for current photos I'm working from for my paintings. I turned it on a couple of days ago after it sat for over 20 years and it seems like it all works except that the monitor is asking for a floppy with a ? On it. No idea what that means and I haven't been able to find my old manual or software disks that must have come with it. I have some old floppies should I just put one in and see what it does? Also, if it does work can I burn my photos to a CD from my ASUS laptop and expect to be able to see them on the Performa? I don't have any extra $ for any more hardware and I know I can just use my laptop but I'd like to put this old pc to work or let it go. Thanks for any advice or info.

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Re: Can I use my old 6400/180 7.5 for viewing digital photos?John (ancient)09:32:52 01/23/15 Fri


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